Only the best Cyber Monday UK deals
You’re no doubt seeing ‘Cyber Monday deals’ everywhere today. Allow us to explain. Depending on who you ask, it’s a shopping day that’s as big as or bigger than last Friday. In 2019, this fresh batch of online tech discounts likely performs a vital service for the Black Friday-oblivious, the last-minute mabels and sluggish shoppers who catch on a day or two late.
We say it’s a fresh batch but the best deals are, in fact, hangovers from Black Friday that are still running. We've updated this page and removed all of the expired deals, but what remains is still worth considering. Some deals, such as those on the Sonos One speakers, have actually improved since Friday.
For each of these deals, we get into the real saving beyond the headline figures you’ll see screaming at you in all caps, on banners with multiple exclamation marks. WIRED earns a small commission for all the links on this page but that doesn’t impact our editorial product curation.
These are our favourite Cryber Monday deals today. We'll be updating this list throughout the day. Keep checking back throughout the day as more decent discounts might pop up.
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What is it? Logitech's MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse is a compact, portable mouse you can use everyday with seven customisable buttons, a "hyper-fast" scroll wheel, a built-in rechargeable battery and the ability to switch seamlessly between three different devices using one button. It also uses a laser that works on almost any surface, including glass.
What's the real saving? It's a £15 saving for a sale price of £26.99, or 35 per cent. To put it another way, £41 feels like a lot for a portable mouse, but £26 isn't, especially for a really good one. If you'd prefer a larger and more ergonomic mouse, the Logitech MX Master is also 30 per cent off.
Click here to save £15 on the Logitech MX Anywhere 2, now £27
What is it? The Nespresso Vertuo Plus is one of our top coffee machines, offering 20 flavours and four cup sizes. With this 19 bar machine, you'll get flavour in each blend; wonderful, dense crema and a clean, fuss-free design. A particularly good countertop choice for anyone who enjoys black coffee.
What's the real saving? Originally £170, this is now going for £119 without the Aeroccino milk frother. The Vertuo Plus did also briefly go down to £79 in the Black Friday sales but £125 for the bundle is a great price that's unlikely to go lower in the foreseeable future.
Click here to save £45 on the Nespresso Vertuo Plus via AmazonSave £100 on a 2018 13-inch MacBook Air, now £999
What is it? This is a 2018-spec 13-inch MacBook Air, which was the first of the new facelift models with the vastly improved design. It comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and a 256GB SSD for storage in addition to the standard features, such as the Retina Display and built-in Touch ID for security. It may not have the latest processor, but this is still a fine laptop.
What's the real saving? Amazon says it's £400, but it's more like £100 based on recent prices. This is a still decent saving on an Apple laptop, though. You could get a 2019 model for the same money, but with only 128GB of storage. Given the choice, we'd take the extra storage.
Click here to save £100 on the 256GB MacBook Air, now £999£43 off our current favourite headphones, the amazing Sony WH-1000XM3, now £229
What is it? The Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones are hands down, the best noise cancelling cans we’ve ever tried. Blocking out the outside world to a scarily effective degree, they’ll also treat your ears to crystal clear, balanced audio, which can be further tweaked to your liking via Sony’s feature-packed app. Light and comfortable, with touch controls and ambient mode for quickly hearing your surroundings, the 30-hour battery life will survive even the longest of journeys too.
What's the real saving? This is a real-world saving of £43, based on the highest price these headphones have been in the past three months. Not quite the whopping £101 saving that Amazon suggests, but still a decent amount off an amazing product.
Click here to save £43 on the Sony WH-1000XM3 via Amazon£15 off the Anker Soundcore 2, now £28
What is it? The Anker Soundcore 2 is our pick for the best budget Bluetooth speaker when it’s full price so it’s a good bet in the sales. It offers an impressive 24 hours of battery life; a solid, confident sound and a fun, fairly rugged IPX5 water-resistant design, with oversized controls on top.
What's the real saving? This is down from an RRP of £42 and a recent Amazon price of £40 so you’re saving £12-£15 on an already very good value Bluetooth speaker that sounds far better than you’d expect for the money.
Click here to save £15 on the Anker Soundcore 2Save £180 on the new Surface Laptop 3, now £1,089
What is it? Microsoft's thin and light laptop has only just come out. It's a stylish laptop with a 13.5in screen, an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, which is nothing out of the ordinary. But the design and finish is a cut above, the screen is excellent and the keyboard is "market-leading" – read our Surface Laptop 3 review for more on that.
What's the real saving? £180 off the usual price is a very decent discount for anyone who wants a powerful and stylish laptop
Save £180 on the Surface Laptop 3, now £1,089£60 off a Google Nest Hub, now £59
What is it? The Google Nest Hub is a nifty smart home display that works really well in the kitchen – control music via voice, see commute times, watch YouTube videos, all on a 7-inch screen. Plus, unlike the Nest Hub Max, there’s no camera.
What's the real saving? Sure, it’s a rebrand on a product that first came out last year but it’s a product we like and £59 is a good price.
Click here to save £60 on the Google Nest Hub via John Lewis£51 off Sonos One speaker, now £148
What is it? The second generation Sonos One provides Amazon Echo and Google Home-beating sound, but remains just as clever, thanks to its built-in Alexa and voice control smarts. The One SL is nearly identical, and a little cheaper at £138, thanks to its lack of a microphone and voice assistant skills. Both are ideal as standalone speakers, or for bolstering your existing Sonos multiroom setup.
What's the real saving? This is a mini saving of £50 for the Sonos One, and £52 for the One SL.
Click here to save £51 on the Sonos One, and £52 off the Sonos One SL.£20 off a Fitbit Charge 3, now £80
What is it? The Fitbit Charge 3 is the fully-featured Fitbit if you’re not keen on wearing a sports watch. It tracks heart rate, it’s waterproof to 5 ATM so you can track pool swims and the battery lasts seven days.
What's the real saving? This offer, which we’ve seen at a few retailers, is £20 off the recent Amazon price but the Charge 3 was selling for £120 as recently as August so it’s a good overall saving on an excellent fitness tracker.
Click here to save £20 on the Fitbit Charge 3 via Amazon£60 off Sonos’ compact, powerful and smart soundbar, now £329
What is it? Small yet powerful, the Sonos Beam Compact Smart Soundbar will instantly enhance your existing standard TV setup with clear, punchy, room-flooding sound. Alexa and Google Assistant are built-in for music streaming, and you can also add other Sonos speakers for multiroom audio or full surround sound.
What's the real saving? This deal saves you £60 on an excellent-performing soundbar that’s simple, effective, and won’t dominate your living room.
Click here to save £60 on the Sonos Beam Compact Smart Soundbar£250 off the Microsoft Surface Pro 7, now £729
What is it? Microsoft’s transforming Surface Pro 7 is the latest model of the company’s genre-defining laptop/tablet hybrid. This particular version has an Intel i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB SSD, along with a 10.5 hour battery life to easily keep your productivity ticking over an entire day. Creators and note-takers can also splash out an extra £99 for the Surface Pen, which provides accurate, pressure-sensitive on-screen doodles and writing capabilities.
What's the real saving? A generous saving of £250 is nothing to be sniffed at, and is the cheapest the Surface Pro 7 and Type Cover combo has ever been. If you’re not averse to a quick copy and paste, you can also snap up the same Surface Pro 7 over at AO for £699 using the code BFLAPTOP50.
Click here to save £250 on the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 via Amazon£69 off Sony’s bass-thumping, noise cancelling headphones, now £129
What is it? Don’t let their unassuming design fool you – these Sony WH-XB900N cans pack one hell of a punch, thanks to their dedicated bass ducts and specially designed innards. With balanced mids, detailed highs, touch controls and active noise cancelling all thrown into the mix, they're excellent value.
What's the real saving? A generous £69 price cut makes this a cracking deal for bass nuts who care about features and sound quality.
Click here to save £69 on the Sony WH-XB900N via Amazon
Some of the biggest savings we’ve seen for day one are on laptops and tablets with as much as £200 lopped off on well-specced models. Put in the prep with our best laptops and best tablets guides.£200 off a 13-inch Asus ultra-slim laptop, now £699
What is it? The Asus ZenBook UX333 is a top-spec thin and light laptop with an Intel Core i7 processor, large 512GB SSD and 8GB of memory. It also comes with a carry case and weighs a mere 1.09kg
What's the real saving? This laptop normally costs £899 and the spec, particularly the large 512GB SSD, is very good. With £200 off, it's a great deal on a high-spec and stylish laptop.
Click here to save £200 on the Asus ZenBook UX333 via Amazon£100 off our top Chromebook, the Asus C434, now £499
What is it? The Asus C434 might not have the most exciting product name in the world, but seeing as it’s our favourite Chromebook at the moment, we’ll let it off. It’s earned that accolade thanks to its premium metal body, comfortable keyboard and great battery life – all offered at a more than reasonable price, that’s now even lower.
What's the real saving? The Asus C434 has hovered around the £550-600 mark over the past few months, so it’s fair to say that you’re getting a maximum of £100 off here.
Click here to save £100 on the Asus C434£80 off a 14-inch Acer Chromebook, now £169
What is it? This is an affordable Acer Chromebook that's ideal for the younger members of the family, or as a simple basic computer for getting online. A long 12.5-hour battery life is perfect for long sessions between charges.
What's the real saving? This model normally costs £249, so the £80 saving is a considerable 32% discount. It's an ideal laptop for the basics that's even cheaper than usual.
Click here to save £80 on the Acer Chromebook 314 via Amazon£50 off a 128GB iPad 10.2 (2019), now £399
What is it? The latest entry level iPad runs iPadOS with a new, slightly bigger 10.2in Retina display and more versatility than ever, with support for the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboards. It might hit the sweet spot between Mini and Air.
What's the real saving? This is down from the official Apple price - which is still live - of £449 for the 128GB model (there’s no 64GB option). The 2019 iPad has only been on sale since September making it amongst the shiniest Apple kit to go on deal.
Click here to save £50 on the iPad (2019) via Amazon£40 off a Huawei MediaPad T5, now £130 (64GB)
What is it? Despite its wallet-friendly price, the Huawei MediaPad T5, feels anything but cheap. Clad entirely in smart matte-black metal, the T5 is dressed to impress, with a decent amount of power to run games and apps on its 10in, Full HD display.
What's the real saving? An extra £30 off makes this budget tablet a compelling buy if you’re not after pricey flagship features.
Click here to save £40 on the Huawei MediaPad T5 via AmazonAlso consider
£150 off this 14-inch HP Pavilion laptop, now £499 via Currys: We haven't tested this ce3501sa model but from the spec sheet - Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, a 512GB SSD and Full HD screen - this 14-inch HP laptop looks to be nice value for money at the new sub-£500 price.
£224 off the Surface Pro 7 (i3) + Type Cover, now £699 via Microsoft: Microsoft is discounting its sleek, just-released Surface Pro 7 and one of the best deals of the bunch is the entry level i3 model with a snap on Type Cover for £699.Phone deals
It’s tricky to find a 2019 smartphone that’s actually selling full price this month so if you’re in the market for one, you’re in quite a good spot. All the major phones have launched and everything from mid-range Motos to flagship Pixels are going cheap(er).£70 off a Google Pixel 4, now £699
What is it? Google’s new Pixel 4 is the best cameraphone to have graced our hands. It beat the iPhone 11 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10, Huawei Mate 30 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro in our professional photographer smartphone camera showdown, with its stunning low-light snaps being a particular highlight.
What's the real saving? A saving of £70 just over a month after its launch is great news for people eyeing up the Pixel’s world-class camera.
Click here to save £70 on the Google Pixel 4 via John Lewis£150 off a Huawei P30 Pro, now £650
What is it? The Huawei P30 Pro offers one of the funnest, most versatile smartphone camera experiences around, thanks to its multiple lenses and superb low-light snaps. The all-day battery life is the icing on an already delicious cake.
What's the real saving? This is a substantial saving of £150, which is £100 lower than the previous cheapest Amazon price of £750.
Click here to save £150 on the Huawei P30 Pro via Amazon
What is it? The Motorola One Zoom takes photos that belie its lighter price tag, while its beefy battery will easily last till bedtime with power to spare. Its in-screen fingerprint scanner – a feature normally reserved for more expensive flagships – is a welcome bonus.
What's the real saving? A saving of £49 may seem small compared to some other deals, but you’re getting a lot of phone here for just £330.
Click here to save £49 on the Motorola Zoom via AmazonAlso consider
£70 off the Google Pixel 3a, now £329: Down from £399, Google's Pixel 3a is very close in specs to the Pixel 3 (and 4) and extremely easy to live with, even for iPhone switchers.
£335 off the eye-catching yellow Samsung Galaxy S10e, now £335: This is a cracking deal for a handset that stands out from the crowd. Paint job aside, the S10e features an easily manageable 5.8in screen, swanky front-facing hole-punch selfie cam, and dual rear cameras.
£90 off the Huawei P30, now £490 via Amazon: The P30 lacks the curved screen and 5x optical zoom of its Pro brother, but still offers plenty of camera smarts, including 3x optical zoom, and ultra-wide, zoom, and main image sensors.
£100 off the OnePlus 6T, now £429 via Amazon: Crowned as a true flagship alternative last year, the OnePlus 6T impresses with a lightning fast in-screen fingerprint scanner and great value for money.
£20 off the Motorola Moto G7 Play, now £110 via Amazon: If you’re after a budget handset without compromising on the build, screen or performance, the Moto G7 Play won’t disappoint, especially at this super-low price.
£20 off the Motorola Moto G7 Power, now £140 via Amazon: If you can spare a little extra cash on top of the regular Moto G7’s price tag, this Power variant is well worth a look, thanks to its incredible battery life, courtesy of its beastly 5,000 mAh battery.TV and home cinema deals
Here be monsters. And by monsters we mean terrible ‘deals’ on TV models you really shouldn’t be considering. We’ve picked out TVs from the likes of Samsung and Sony that we think should be on your shortlist.£240 off a 65-inch Samsung 4K TV, now £929
What is it? If only the biggest TV will do, the 65-inch Samsung QE65 Q60R is a great choice. We love the 49-inch version of this TV, which we think is great for gaming thanks to its super-bright display, tasteful design and low input lag of just 14ms – exactly what you need for gaming.
What's the real saving? This model used to be £1,169, so you're saving a very healthy £240 with this deal from Currys. You'll find cheaper 65-inch TVs during Cryber Monday, but they won't be very good.
Click here to save £240 on the Samsung QE65 Q60R via Currys£200 off an LG 55-inch 4K OLED TV, now £1,099
What is it? The LG B9 OLED TV is LG's entry-level OLED TV, but don't let that put you off. This is an outstanding TV with great colours, deep blacks and the best smart TV software on the market.
What's the real saving? You're saving £200 with this deal from Amazon. The lowest price for this model was £1,299 until recently and it's unlikely it will go lower than it is now. If want a good OLED TV without breaking the bank, look no further than this.
Click here to save £200 on the LG B9 55-inch 4K OLED TV via AmazonAlso consider
£400 off Samsung’s impressive 55in 4K QLED TV, now £1,500:Bright, punchy, impressive viewing angles and one of the best HDR pictures we’ve ever seen – there’s a lot to love about Samsung’s 2019 flagship.
Get a Now TV 4K Smart Box + Sky passes for £25: The smart streaming box is down from £49 and the passes - monthly for TV, Movies and Kids, one day for Sports – are worth £33.
£30 off a Samsung 55-inch 4K TV, now £399 via Argos: Down from £429, it's not the biggest discount and it may well drop further but £399 is an excellent price for a 55-inch Samsung TV with HDR and Samsung's superb smart TV platform.
£180 off 50-inch Sony 4K HDR TV, now £499 via Currys: You can't go wrong with a reasonably priced Sony TV, and this is an especially good deal on a 50-inch 4K TV. It has all the catch-up TV services, supports Google Assistant and Alexa, and plays nicely with Android phones thanks to built-in Chromecast functionality.Smartwatch and fitness deals
GPS running watch under £200? Fitness tracking smartwatch under £100? Our edit of fitness and smartwatch deals has unearthed some brilliant discounts from top notch sports brands.Garmin's Forerunner 45 is £140 in the sales
What is it?: Our best cheap running watch has dipped under £150. Garmin's hard to fault Forerunner 45 has Garmin Coach training plans from 5K to marathons, an impressive battery life of 13 hours GPS or seven days in watch mode and it weighs just 36g.
What's the real saving? This is just £29 off the regular £169 price point but it's worth pointing out that this is already a great value and easy to use running watch, especially for beginners. A good shout now even if you put it in a drawer until January.
Click here to get the Garmin Forerunner 45 for £140 on WiggleGet a Fitbit Versa smartwatch for £128
What is it? Fitbit's first Versa smartwatch, which is extremely similar to the new second gen, is down to £130. It's stylish and comfortable with all the usual activity and sleep tracking plus heart rate tracking and a four day battery life.
What's the real saving? The Versa is technically £70 off at Amazon, though with everyone else discounting as well this is actually only the (joint) lowest online price by £12 or so - it's also £130 at Very. Still the lowest, though.
Click here to get the Fitbit Versa for £128 via AmazonAlso consider
£20 off the GoPro Hero7 White, now £129 via Argos: An entry-level GoPro that records in Full HD, takes 10MP stills and features a touchscreen, the tough Hero7 White is waterproof to 10m too. And now down to £129.
£10 off an Apple Watch Series 3, now £189: Just £10 off the new £199 price but still, this is the cheapest you can buy an Apple Watch Series 3 (with all the essentials of GPS, heart rate and music) right now.
£22 off Nike Pegasus Turbo 35 for £83 via Nike: If you can stand to have slightly old sneaks, Nike's sale includes the Pegasus Turbo 35 running shoes, with Zoom Air cushioning and down from £105.Smart home and appliance deals
When is smart home tech not on sale? Point taken but with these prices, you could kit your whole home out on a serious budget. And don’t scroll past that mesh Wi-Fi system because you’ll need it.£71 off a Hive smart thermostat, now £108
What is it?: Hive is a neat alternative to Nest, offering an ecosystem of smart thermostats, smart light bulbs and sensors. The Hive Active Heating thermostat gives you app controls for hot water and heating as well as a holiday mode and both Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility.
What's the real saving? This is a decent saving. On Amazon it's £110 without installation and £149 with the installation, which is a £99 discount.
Click here to get a Hive Active Heating thermostat for £108 on Amazon£80 off the Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant, now £79
What is it? Sure, smart speakers are good, but what about one with a screen thrown in? That’s essentially what the Lenovo Smart Display is. Powered by Google Assistant, it’ll show you search results, videos, recipes, weather, news and more - all while having decent audio chops too. Flip it in portrait mode, and you can make Google Duo video calls, assuming you know anyone that uses it.
What's the real saving? This is a decent saving of £80 and well worth a look if you want to watch videos and read recipes while you’re in the kitchen.
Click here to save £80 on the Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant£35 off a Nest Learning Thermostat, now £149
What is it? The third-gen Nest Learning Thermostat still sets the standard in its category. Google-owned Nest lets you control the thermostat via iOS, Android and Google Assistant voice controls. It neatly avoids overheating by keeping tabs on the house temperature as well as monitoring your phone’s location to see if heating should be started, so you get home to a cozy abode.
What's the real saving? Google came out with its Pixel and Nest deals this week and on the smart thermostat, at least, Amazon is - somehow - offering cheaper prices. Google’s Cryber Monday price on this is £159 but Amazon has gone down to £149, which is just shy of £35 off the current £183.50 cost.
Click here to save £35 on the Nest Learning Thermostat via Amazon£38 off Nespresso’s cappucino-crafting coffee machine, now £150
What is it? If you’re after more than a simple Americano in the mornings, the Nespresso Lattissima Touch will gladly welcome your drowsy embrace with open arms, pouring proper cappuccinos and lattes at the touch of a button. You can create and save your own custom drinks too, if you’re particularly picky about your coffee:milk ratios.
What's the real saving? This was actually around £10 less during Cryber Monday last year, but with £38 off, this is still the lowest price this has been all year.
Click here to save £130 on the Nespresso Lattissima Touch via AmazonAlso consider
£25 off LIFX E27 smart light bulbs, now £30 via Amazon: Philips Hue deals have been everywhere this weekend but LIFX is a neat alternative - it's generally cheaper than Hue, doesn't need a hub to get going and works with everything including Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple HomeKit voice and app controls.
£31 off the Kenwood kMix Stand Mixer, now £169 via Amazon: This is a well-regarded 1,000W stand mixer which comes with a five-litre bowl and six speeds. A gradual speed increase is designed to avoid spillages. Choose from four finishes: black, red, white and cream.
£150 off a Breville OneTouch VCF-108, now £150: This speedy and fuss free coffee machine made the cut of our best countertop coffee makers. For latte, espresso, cappuccino and a decent crema to boot.
£16 off a BaByliss for Men Pro beard trimmer, now £29: Down from £45, our best budget beard trimmer is refreshingly easy to use – the well built BaByliss keeps things simple with one attachment that you adjust in 0.5mm increments.
£70 off Shark cordless vac, now £279: Shark's IC160UK made the cut in our WIRED Recommends guide to cordless vacs; it's a £170 discount that in reality is £70 less than recent prices – still worth a look.
£17 off the Philips Hue White Ambiance Bundle, now £40 via Amazon: If you don't care about colour-changing bulbs, you can pick up a three pack of Wi-Fi connected Hue bulbs for under £40 right now.
£15 off the Wahl Aqua Blade beard trimmer, now £45 via Amazon: The Wahl's wide, powerful scythes through facial hair to deliver a close, neat trim, making it one of our best beard trimmers.
£13 off the Philips Hue Lightstrip Bundle, now £60 via Amazon: Already got your Hue smart bulbs (above) in the sales? This flexible, connected lightstrip is down below £50 - it looks great run behind sofas for subtle, smart home-powered ambience.
£10 off a Google Home Mini, now £19 via John Lewis: Google’s budget smart speaker is down below £20; a neat, inoffensive-looking way to put Google Assistant in your home.
£210 off an AEG electric oven, now £369 via John Lewis: Various AEG appliances are on sale this week - the biggest deal we’ve seen so far is on this self-cleaning single oven with a SteamBake feature to take care of cakes, bread and pastries.
£100 off this Dyson V8 Animal, now £299 via John Lewis: Designed to pick up pet hair, and with 40 minutes of power mode on one charge, the V8 is cheaper on John Lewis than Amazon right now.PC and gaming deals
PC gamers are particularly well served this Cryber Monday, with offers on gaming monitors, mice, keyboards and headsets. You’re about to make some very good life choices.£300 off the HTC Vive Pro starter kit, now £819
What is it? The Vive Pro starter kit has everything you need to successfully leave the realities of this world behind without dabbling in questionable psychedelics. Beaming 1440 x 1600 pixels to each eye, the Vive Pro’s improved display also runs at 90Hz, which is great news if you suffer from VR motion sickness. The bundled lighthouse modules let you walk around for an even more immersive experience – just mind the cat.
What's the real saving? At less than a grand thanks to asaving of over £300, this is a very tempting offer if you’re looking to jump into VR.
Click here to save £300 on the HTC Vive Pro starter kit£51 off Logitech’s G29 Driving Force racing wheel, now £149
What is it? Logitech’s G29 Driving Force racing wheel will elevate your tarmac-screeching adventures to a whole new level. Clad in hand-stitched leather and made from sturdy steel parts, it’s built to last, and far from a toy. Dual internal force feedback motors ensure you’ll feel every surface of the virtual roads too. Make sure you pick the right model – both the PS4 and Xbox versions will also play nice with your PC.
What's the real saving? Previously £200 on Amazon, this is a decent saving of £51.
Click here to save £51 on the Logitech G29 Driving Force racing wheel£25 off Logitech’s brilliant budget gaming headset, now £25
What is it? Logitech’s G332 gaming headset is our pick for the best budget gaming headset you can buy right now. It’s comfortable, sounds great and automatically mutes when you swing the microphone up. It might lack flashy RGB lights and a premium build, but at this price, it nails all of the important stuff.
What's the real saving? At only £25, this is a superb price for those looking for a strong gaming headset without breaking the bank.
Click here to save £25 on the Logitech G332 gaming headset£61 off SteelSeries’ super-comfortable, wireless gaming headphones, now £99
What is it? SteelSeries’ wireless Arctis 7 headphones ditch Bluetooth for a more reliable, interference-free 2.4G connection. Comfortable and cool thanks to perforated fabric earcups, the built-in controls and background noise-cancelling microphone make it a solid choice for any gamer.
What's the real saving? While the Arctis 7 was slightly cheaper at £93 this time last year, £61 off the current RRP is still a great deal for a comfortable, high-performance gaming headset.
Click here to save £61 on the SteelSeries Arctis 7 via Amazon£26 off a Dell 24-inch gaming monitor, now £93
What is it? The Dell SE2417HG is a cheap but effective 24-inch, 1080p gaming monitor with a low 2ms response time. It's nothing fancy, but it doesn't need to be.
What's the real saving? Saving £26 doesn't sound like a huge amount, but it's a 20% discount on an already very cheap monitor that's now just £93. That's a bargain for a good monitor – so good you could buy more than one.
Click here to save £26 on the Dell SE2417HG via AmazonAlso consider
£20 off a Nintendo Switch Lite, now £179: The stripped-down Switch will impress newcomers with a responsive d-pad, sturdy, aesthetically pleasing build and excellent battery life of three to seven hours of play.
£20 off 1TB Crucial BX500 SSD, now £96 via Amazon: A reliable, highly-regarded SSD with 1TB of storage. A useful upgrade to a PC or floundering laptop.£97 off LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon, now £548 via John Lewis: Pass the days to The Rise of Skywalker with this 7,500 piece set of everyone’s fave Corellian light freighter, complete with both classic and new crew. Chewie’s bowcaster included.Headphones and speaker deals
These are the finest lug-hugging headphones and audiophile-wooing speakers we’ve seen deals for so far. Cryber Monday tends to be a good time to pick up a discounted Bluetooth speaker or pair of wireless earbuds especially.£52 off Jabra’s Elite Active 65t wireless earbuds, now £118
What is it? The Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds are one of the best all-rounders in the world of wireless in-ears. Comfortable, with a solid, balanced sound, their rock-solid Bluetooth connection is as reliable as it gets, without the frustrating video audio delays that can plague other Bluetooth headphones.
What's the real saving? At a little over £100 a £52 saving on one of the best in-ears around is a deal that should definitely tempt your wallet.
Click here to save £52 on the Jabra Elite Active 65t£51 off the wireless RHA TrueConnect in-ear buds, now £99
What is it? RHA’s wireless TrueConnect earbuds are dressed in a classy matte black finish, and will fit comfortably, and snugly thanks to a selection of different tips. They won’t offer quite the same level of isolation as active noise-cancelling earbuds like the AirPods Pro, but their sound quality is excellent.
What's the real saving? £50 off the RHA TrueConnect is a decent saving, especially considering it’s hovered around the £150 mark on Amazon for the past three months.
Click here to save £51 on the RHA TrueConnect£101 off the Microsoft Surface Headphones, now £199
What is it? This might surprise you but Microsoft has built one of the finest pairs of noise cancelling cans in recent years: the Surface Headphones. Fine enough, in fact, to make our list of the best noise cancelling headphones you can buy. We like their 15 hour battery life, pleasing rotary dials integrated into each ear cup and 12 levels of noise cancellation from amplifying ambient noise to completely blocking out noise. Plus they're well made and sound great.
What's the real saving? £199 is a mighty good price for the Surface Headphones, which are selling for higher on Amazon right now and launched in 2018 at £330.
Click here to save £101 on the Microsoft Surface Headphones£60 off Bowers & Wilkins wireless headphones, now £219
What is it? The Bowers & Wilkins PX headphones don't quite make our guide to the best noise-cancelling headphones, but they're very good headphones nonetheless and look fantastic. Bowers & Wilkins is a premium audio brand you can depend on to deliver quality.
What's the real saving? These headphones have never been cheaper at £219, a generous £60 off the usual price. This is a great deal.
Click here to save £60 on the Bowers & Wilkins PX via Amazon£75 off the Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones, now £95
What is it? Beats’ sort-of-wireless, Powerbeats 3 earphones promise to blast 12 hour’s worth of music into your ears – more than enough for multiple workouts (or a single Ironman Triathlon). Their hook design, cable and sweat-resistant build should hug your ears during even the most demanding of runs, and the Fast Fuel five-minute charge feature, which provides an hour of playback, is great for forgetful types.
What's the real saving? At just under £100 saving these are well worth considering for active types who aren’t fussed about cables and noise cancelling.
Click here to save £75 on the Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones via Amazon£55 off a JBL Flip 4 wireless speaker, now £64
What is it? The JBL Flip 4 is a bluetooth wireless speaker with decent features and even better sound. You also get impressive volume for the size, an intuitive design, 12 hours of playback and – most importantly – proper waterproofing, which means it can be dunked in the pool (or bath/sea) with abandon.
What's the real saving? This is an OK saving of just over £44 off the RRP, but note that this speaker has been available for a similar price earlier in the year.
Click here to save £55 on the JBL Flip 4 via Currys
£41 off the Sonos Move, now £358: The first portable, garden-proof Sonos speaker connects to your multi-room system, offers its own powerful, accomplished sound and adapts to any environment via Sonos’ clever Auto Trueplay. Just launched in September and already a can’t-hurt £41 off.
£155 off Naim Mu-so (1st gen), now £695 via John Lewis: The second gen Naim Mu-so is one of our best wireless speakers, it's also £1,300. So take a look at the five-year-old but still very impressive sounding first gen Mu-so with streaming via AirPlay, Spotify Connect and Tidal.